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Hamburg, The Wesleyan Church of Hamburg

You’ll easily locate The Wesleyan Church Of Hamburg on the corner of McKinley Parkway and Bayview Road (1.2 miles south of Routes 20 and 20-A and just North of the Erie County Fairgrounds in the town of Hamburg). This outstanding church ministers to the people of the South Towns through contemporary and traditional music, practical messages and multi-media presentations, presenting the truths of the Bible in a format that is easy to understand, even if you’ve never been to church before. Over 1,800 people worship there each weekend. A full compliment of ministries are available to meet a variety of needs for all ages. Dr. Greg McClain is Sr. Pastor over a large staff of pastors and directors of ministry.

Address:
The Wesleyan Church Of Hamburg
4999 McKinley Parkway
Hamburg, New York 14075

Telephone:
716-649-6335

The Wesleyan Church of Hamburg Website

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